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ViktoriaG  Identity Verified
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Jul 20, 2008

I am not sure if others are like me, but I like to go through the homepage for active forum threads that I wish to revisit. I sometimes use the My forum posts feature in the top right menu, but I find it more simple for very active threads to go through the homepage.

However, as it is currently, when I click on a thread that has several pages, I am taken to the first page and I still need to browse to the appropriate page. Could hyperlinks to pages of a thread be displayed on the homepage just like they are displayed on the Recent posts page?

Thanks!


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xxxUSER0059  Identity Verified
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Local time: 11:52
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A link to the latest post would also be nice Jul 20, 2008

Viktoria Gimbe wrote:

Could hyperlinks to pages of a thread be displayed on the homepage just like they are displayed on the Recent posts page?


Also, could the headlines in the "Latest post" column be hyperlinks to those latest posts?

I am often interested in the very latest post, so being able to browse directly to it would be nice.


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